So, from the round of the last sixteen, the last UCL finalist Tottenham Hotspur took their leave. It seems that Baby Mourinho beat the Real Mourinho. The current RB Leipzig manager Julian Nagelsmann used to be called as the ‘Baby Mourinho’.
Earlier today, in the 2nd leg of the round of the last sixteen, the Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur faced a big defeat against the German club RB Leipzig. They were defeated by a 3 – 0 goal. Considering the two legs, Leipzig has promoted to the Champions League quarter-final with the 4 – 0 goal aggregation.
In the first leg of the round of the last sixteen, the local team Spurs were defeated by a 1 – 0 goal against Leipzig. If they wanted to pass the RB Leipzig obstacle in the 2nd leg, they had to fight much harder. And the match was taken place at their opponent’s venue. But still, when the Portuguese manager Mourinho is the coach of the club, the Spurs fans wanted to see magic from him. But at the home venue, earlier today. So, the dream lamp of the Premier League club was extinguished. By winning the match with a 3 – 0, they moved to the next round quite easily.
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At the same time, the RB Leipzig manager has made a record. As the youngest manager, the German coach Julian Nagelsmann led his team to the Champions League quarter-final. Earlier, he was called as the ‘Baby Mourinho’. So, the battle was just between the Baby Mourinho Vs the real Mourinho no doubt. By facing the defeat against the ‘Baby Mourinho’, the Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho has returned from the UCL.
Including this time, in the European competition, as the manager, Mourinho has returned from the Champions League knockout round consecutive three times. Yes, the same Mourinho which also tasted the glory of the ultimate title of the Champions League as the manager of the two different clubs. But the important question right now, has the Mourinho magic finished?
This is the first time ever José Mourinho has lost a Champions League knockout tie with more than a 2-goal difference.
It is also the first time ever he has lost both legs of a single Champions League knockout tie.
Baby Mourinho made history yesterday against the Special One! pic.twitter.com/kyDG0DaGwd
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To beat the Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur, the Leipzig captain Marcel played the vital role. In the first half, he scored two goals and took control of the game successfully. After going behind, the Spurs failed to turn around. At the end of the game, Emil Forsberg scored the 3rd goal and RB Leipzig found the easy victory against Tottenham Hotspur.